Available here are philosophical papers and commentary on various topics, all approached from a more or less naturalistic standpoint. Worldview naturalism is premised on a rational commitment to empiricism as its epistemology (one's method of knowing), which when applied using science generates the very plausible hypothesis that the natural world is all that exists. This naturalistic hypothesis raises fundamental questions about human agency, consciousness, and morality, among other topics, none of which are fully tractable without doing at least some philosophy. Plenty of work remains in all these areas, but there's no good reason to resort to non-empiricism and supernaturalism in seeking satisfying, defensible, and provisionally true answers.  

The articles are intended for the educated lay person with some prior exposure to the issues and arguments involved. I have tried to bridge the gap between academic philosophy and popular discourse; so they may satisfy neither the professional philosopher nor those looking for simple solutions.